Neil Warnock

DOB: 
01 Dec 1948 (Age 65)
Birthplace: 
Sheffield
Previous Teams (Manager): 
Gainsborough Trinity, Burton, Scarborough, Notts County, Torquay, Huddersfield, Plymouth, Oldham, Bury, Sheff Utd, Crystal Palace, QPR, Leeds
Previous Teams (Player): 
Chesterfield, Rotherham, Hartlepool, Scunthorpe, Aldershot, Barnsley, York, Crewe
Honours: 
Championship (2011); Conference National (1987)
Manager of the Month Awards: 
Championship (Jan 2002, Nov 2003, Dec 2004, Dec 2007, Aug 2010, Sept 2010)
Promotions: 
Championship (Notts County 1990-91, QPR 2010-11, Sheff Utd 2005-06); League One (Notts County 1989-90, Huddersfield 1994-95); League Two (Plymouth 1995-96); Conference National (Scarborough 1986-87)
Relegations: 
Premier League (Sheff Utd 2006-07, Notts County 1991-92)
Play-offs: 
Championship (Notts County 1990-91, Sheff Utd 2002-03); League One (Notts County 1989-90; Huddersfield 1994-95)
Football Manager Neil Warnock

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Mike Holden is expecting Blackpool to prevail when former boss Ian Holloway returns with his Crystal Palace on Monday afternoon.
With their play-off hopes all but over, Mike Holden thinks Leeds could come unstuck when they visit Ipswich on Saturday.
Watford have stormed into the top two and Mike Holden fancies them to continue in the same vein against Wolves on Friday night.
Mike Holden believes there is value in backing promotion-chasing Cardiff and Hull to pick up away wins this weekend.
Mike Holden reckons league leaders Cardiff could come unstuck at a Blackpool side under caretaker management this weekend.
Mike Holden doesn't expect speculation about manager Michael Appleton to worry Blackpool when they visit Charlton on Saturday.
There's a Yorkshire derby on Saturday and Mike Holden fancies Huddersfield to claim local bragging rights over Leeds.
These may be testing times for Newcastle, but there are four teams on the up as we recall what stood out for us this weekend.
Watford are finally making the most of their huge squad and Mike Holden reckons they can be the latest to frustrate Leeds United.
Hull have lost just one of their opening five league outings and Rich Greatorex is backing the Tigers to trouble Leeds on Tuesday.
Blackburn netted five at Bristol City and went top of the table on Saturday, while Peterborough are still winless this term.
None of the Championship's six new sides managed to clinch victory, with only three managing a point.